Hitachi has reportedly reached a settlement with US authorities to quash a corruption case related to dealings with ANC-front Chancellor House.
The awarding of contracts to build SA's nuclear plants is nearing. Who will pay for the big project?
Numsa says its members still have to vote on Eskom's offer that they return to work, but the NUM says they have already accepted the deal.
Workers are considering Eskom's offer to reinstate them even though working conditions at the Medupi power plant have not yet been addressed.
Already four years behind schedule, the Limpopo coal power station is now only projected to be fully on line by 2019 at the earliest.
The DA is seeking clarity on government's bailout plans for Eskom, and wants to know how much of its debt will be absorbed by taxpayers.
Treasury has said it will be allocating support funding to state-owned power utility Eskom to "help relieve the impact on electricity consumers".
A Greenpeace investigation of Witbank, which has the world’s dirtiest air, sheds light on the impact of coal on humans. A photo essay explains.
The utility is looking to save a further 1000 megawatts through reduced use by both large and residential customers.
Medupi delays have led to the utility forking out nearly R2-billion in penalties to supplier Exxaro.
Polite compliments and vagueness mask the rumblings of political disquiet at the power utility.
Power utility Eskom has been dealt another blow with the resignation of its chief executive Brian Dames, who will leave the company in March 2014.
Eskom could use another firm to work alongside Alstom if the latter does not install software for the Medpui plant's boilers on time, say reports.
Many Medupi workers have been sent off site after protests, but the utility was working to get operations back to normal, says Eskom.
This week on the M&G Newsroom, we'll look at why Oupa Magashula had to resign, whether Eskom can keep the lights on, and what the new cabinet means.
A six month delay in electricity generation at the Medupi power station will hit the country's poorest households the hardest, says Mamphela Ramphele.
Eskom has been "on the back foot" of its Medupi power station project from the get-go, says its financial director, Paul O'Flaherty.
National Union of Metal Workers SA has proposed one centralised negotiation for wage disputes at Eskom's Medupi, Kusile and Ingula projects.
As the world debates about how safe and cost-effective nuclear power is, Dirk de Vos focuses in on SA and other power source options for the country